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Post#21 » by johnnyvann840 » Fri Nov 21, 2014 11:51 pm

Hawks recalled Phillip Danaoult from Rockford. Sharp put on long term disabled list so it helps the cap.
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Post#22 » by TNBT » Mon Nov 24, 2014 4:50 am

I hear Clendenning played pretty well in his first game? I didn't see the game, just heard good things.
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Post#23 » by GRADEN » Fri Dec 5, 2014 4:56 pm

Clendening down Dahlbeck up

Not sure why all of the quick shuffling... Johns up for practice, Danault, etc.... But I have sixth sense that a trade is being dangled.... Thoughts? Stephen johns and Phillip Danault for a legit 3rd line veteran Dman age 26-27 I'd guess... A guy in that 25-30pt range


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Post#24 » by TNBT » Mon Dec 8, 2014 3:23 am

You could be right that a trade is coming, but personally I'd like to see Johns develop into a future player for us. I'm not sure about Danault, as he seems to be a third or fourth line grinder type, and we already have some youngish guys there in Shaw, Kruger, Smith, etc.
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Post#25 » by GRADEN » Tue Dec 9, 2014 3:01 am

Yea in my big review I already knew all about johns and Danault and both screamed 4th line at best in our system... They have value, better to capitalize now before they go through 20-30 games at the NHL level with a 2-5 pt posting in that time driving down their value

Why did Clendening not stick! A lil weird IMO... He is good already


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Post#26 » by GRADEN » Tue Dec 9, 2014 9:29 pm

Sharp back... Nordstrom morin assigned


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Post#27 » by johnnyvann840 » Sat Dec 13, 2014 10:23 pm

Toews is a go tonight.

Crawford getting close to being ready. Skating and practicing but Darling goes tonight and Raanta tomorrow night.
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Post#28 » by GRADEN » Tue Dec 16, 2014 2:21 am

All 3 goalies under 2 and 93-94 save.... Unreal


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Post#29 » by TNBT » Tue Dec 23, 2014 10:25 am

It's been great to have that depth of being able to go 3 deep in goal and not have a big drop-off in performance. I knew Crawford could be really good, and Raanta has always been very highly spoken about, but Darling has been the surprise for me this season. I'd never really heard of him before this season started, and now he's coming up to the NHL level, beating out Raanta for starts and almost ending up getting Raanta sent back to Rockford when Crawford returns. My big question is where does Darling fit in the long term? Crawford is signed for quite a bit longer, and it seems that the club really want to keep Raanta around, so what do we do with Darling? We can't just waste his talent in the AHL. My guess is that he gets traded while his value is so high, or possibly Raanta gets moved, but I think that's unlikely. What do you guys think we will do with this log-jam in goal?
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Post#30 » by TNBT » Fri Feb 13, 2015 8:39 am

Teuvo down, Hartman and Cumiskey up.
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Post#31 » by ADDinChicago » Sat Jun 27, 2015 7:23 pm

I'm really going to miss Antti Raanta. Kid's a goofball and a solid goalie.

And hey, the Rangers finally get a likable player.
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Post#33 » by molepharmer » Thu Sep 17, 2015 12:33 pm

I suppose this is the right thread for this......

2015 Preseason Camp Roster
Forwards - (13)
Artem Anisimov
Kyle Baun
Bryan Bickell - placed on waivers 10/2
Andrew Desjardins
Ryan Garbutt
Marian Hossa
Patrick Kane
Marcus Kruger
Artemi Panarin
Andrew Shaw
Teuvo Teravainen
Viktor Tikhonov
Jonathan Toews

Defensemen - (9)
Kyle Cumisky
Trevor Daley
Niklas Hjalmarsson
Duncan Keith
Michal Rozsival
David Rundblad
Brent Seabrook
Viktor Svedberg
Trevor Van Riemsdyk

Goalies - (2)
Corey Crawford
Scott Darling

Gone / cut
Brandon Hope - released from camp 9/20
Radovan Bondra - released 9/22
Hayden McCool - released 9/22
Roy Radke - released 9/22
Graham Knott - released 9/24
Jeremy Morin - waivers 9/25; assigned to Rockford 9/26
Corey Tropp - waivers 9/25; assigned to Rockford 9/26
Mike Liambas - assigned to Rockford 9/25
Mathieu Brisebois - assigned to Rockford 9/25
Dillon Fournier - assigned to Rockford 9/25
Dennis Robertson - assigned to Rockford 9/25
Nolan Valleau - assigned to Rockford 9/25
Daniel Ciampini - released from camp 9/25
Jake Dowell - released 9/25
Dane Walters - released 9/25
Sam Jardine - released 9/25
Nick Mattson - released 9/25
Ville Pokka - assigned to Rockford 9/26
Mark McNeill - assigned to Rockford 9/26
Ryan Haggerty - assigned to Rockford 9/26
Chris DeSousa - released from camp 9/26
Pierre-Cedric Labrie - released 9/26
Kirill Gotovets - released 9/26
Mac Carruth - released 9/26
Mark Visentin - released 9/26
Tanner Kero - assigned to Rockford 9/27
Jan Hejda - released from camp 9/27
Tomas Kopecky - released from camp 9/28
Lubomir Visnovsky - released 9/28
Brandon Mashinter - assigned to Rockford 9/28
Cameron Schilling - assigned to Rockford 9/28
Daniel Paille - released from camp 9/28; signed PTO with Rockford 9/29
Marko Dano - assigned to Rockford 10/2
Ryan Hartman - assigned to Rockford 10/2
Vincent Hinostroza - assigned to Rockford 10/2
Dennis Rasmussen - assigned to Rockford 10/2
Garret Ross - assigned to Rockford 10/2
Erik Gustafsson - assigned to Rockford 10/2
Michael Leighton - assigned to Rockford 10/3


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Post#34 » by TNBT » Thu Sep 17, 2015 1:08 pm

Thanks for posting that, mole. It could have gone in either this thread or the Blackhawks off-season thread. What do you make of some of the new faces on that list?


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Post#35 » by TNBT » Tue Dec 15, 2015 6:07 am

Just heard that we've traded Daley for Scuderi. Any thoughts guys?


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Post#36 » by ADDinChicago » Wed Dec 16, 2015 6:40 pm

TNBT wrote:Just heard that we've traded Daley for Scuderi. Any thoughts guys?


Yeah, good f'n riddance. Daley was garbage. Not that Scuderi at 36 is great, but at least he knows how to play and help defend a lead (when the Hawks get one).
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Post#37 » by TNBT » Fri Dec 18, 2015 8:33 pm

I've heard similar reports. Daley seemed to forget that defense was actually his main job, meanwhile Scuderi doesn't bring that same offensive ability but is much more sound defensively and more reliable.

Still, do you guys see us using him much? Or does he spend time in Rockford and we bring up a young guy like Gustafson or Svedberg?


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Post#38 » by TNBT » Fri Dec 18, 2015 8:35 pm

Also, the Hawks just announced that Kruger has undergone successful surgery to repair his wrist. He's expected to resume hockey activities in 4 months, so this is going to hurt us on the PK and shutdown line.


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Post#39 » by ADDinChicago » Sat Dec 19, 2015 2:36 am

TNBT wrote:I've heard similar reports. Daley seemed to forget that defense was actually his main job, meanwhile Scuderi doesn't bring that same offensive ability but is much more sound defensively and more reliable.

Still, do you guys see us using him much? Or does he spend time in Rockford and we bring up a young guy like Gustafson or Svedberg?


I think we see him unless he's totally done. I think part of the reason he was sent here was to chase one more Cup. Obviously, if he stinks, he'll be scratched. But if he has a pulse, he's an upgrade over Daley, who totally took the low road after being moved saying he didn't get a "fair shot" with the Hawks, which is pure garbage. He's just not very good and when you're on a good team, you'll be exposed when you suck.
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Post#40 » by ADDinChicago » Sat Dec 19, 2015 2:39 am

TNBT wrote:Also, the Hawks just announced that Kruger has undergone successful surgery to repair his wrist. He's expected to resume hockey activities in 4 months, so this is going to hurt us on the PK and shutdown line.


Horrible news to wake up to. I don't think the average fan gets what Kruger brings to the roster. And it's "4 months" expected is what Q said. Hopefully, he has the Duncan Keith Wolverine healing gene. He's going to be missed a lot I fear. I hope I'm wrong and he's back for the playoff push. But this would put him back on the active roster at the mid-end of April if it's the full 4 months.

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